Reference & Research Skills on the FCAT?

Answer Florida's Comprehensive Assessment Test, commonly known as the FCAT, is a standardized test that is used at various points in a student's education to demonstrate their abilities in several areas. ... Read More »

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How do I Do Well on the Research Reference Portion of the FCAT?

The reference and research portion of the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, or FCAT, is worth approximately five to 40 percent of the attainable raw-score points for the Reading section, depen... Read More »

Reference and Research Activities for the FCAT?

The Florida Comprehension Assessment Test -- FCAT -- is a standardized test administered to students in grades 3 to 11, testing approximately 200,000 in each grade level. The exam measures student ... Read More »

Activities to Teach FCAT Reading Skills to ESL Students?

The Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, or FCAT, evaluates students in four subjects: reading, mathematics, science and writing. The reading skills of children are assessed via a test that compr... Read More »

How Do I Reference a Website in a Research Paper?

You can't write a research paper without doing research. With the ease of the Internet, many of your sources can now be acquired simply by doing a web search. Even though it is not from a book, you... Read More »